The versatile 4 track EP starts with the rather straight “Bo s Breakfast”.
Jonas Friedlich, also known through Four Triangles and Carl Gari, releases his first solo 12″ on Molten Moods. The versatile 4 track EP starts with the rather straight “Bo s Breakfast” that begins with a polyrhythmic acid bass line leading into a catchy garage-ish chorus, kicking in out of a clear sky but fittingly. “Bus Driver” is a wicked trip, the combination of the long acid build up and a nicely chopped vocal bit is irresistible. A proven, tested (and Molten Moods certified) club banger, regardless of its rather untypical breakbeat. Track number 3 called “Praise Your Name” aces groove through perfectly cut vocal samples and a fancy reference to 90s Hip Hop and Drum n Bass aesthetics. The next and last piece on the record is the eponymous “Deskjet”, which is inspired by Friedlichs conceptual sound art installations using printers. Here rather restrained synthie lines are underpinned by a powerful kick and psychedelic tape delay noises. The 12″ vinyl is handstamped on both sides and comes with sticker on the sleeve. Mastered and cut by Scape Mastering.